In case you thought you had enough Star Trek fans will find not one, not two, not three, but four Star Trek shows (not including an after-show) to devour, but there’s more than sci-fi filling out Paramount’s original TV shelves. Let’s round up the best shows at launch, with a and movies to come., it’s time for CBS’ new to make a case for putting it on your roster. , a revamp of CBS All Access, adds more movies and shows that you can watch on a couple of tiers: either ad-free ($10 per month) or ad-inclusive ($5 per month).
Younger sees Liza Miller start a new job in the hip, fast-paced world of publishing. The only potential hiccup: She’s a 40-year-old divorced mother posing as a carefree twenty-something. Aside from learning her impeccable skincare routine, we follow Liza’s personal and professional life, from her insight into how to market books from older authors to younger audiences, to her relationship with a 26-year-old tattoo artist. Starring the charming Sutton Foster as well as Hilary Duff as a young book editor, this binge-worthy sitcom has a classic, fairytale feel. Positive and sweet, even if it runs no deeper than the surface wit.
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The first of Paramount Plus’ (it first arrived on CBS All Access) big Star Trek shows is set roughly 10 years before the events of Star Trek: The Original Series. It wasn’t a hit straight away, with a few problematic storylines to clean up, but thanks to Sonequa Martin-Green’s strong lead performance as Michael Burnham, Star Trek: Discovery eventually sweeps you up. Season 1 finds the crew of the USS Discovery embroiled in a war between the Klingon houses and the United Federation of Planets. Season 4 is set to hit Paramount Plus this year.
Star Trek: Picard brings back Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard, the former captain of the USS Enterprise — in a multi-layered redemption story. Picard, nearing the end of his days, reflects on his choice to abandon Starfleet, after the Federation chose not to aid the Romulans when their planet was destroyed. Suffering from his past decisions and the death of fellow Enterprise officer Data, Picard steps out of his quiet life at a vineyard to help a mysterious young woman in need. A slower-paced, psychological character study, Star Trek: Picard is a full-bodied show to savor.